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- factor pair = 200,1
- factor pair = 100,2
- factor pair = 50,4
- factor pair = 40,5
- factor pair = 25,8
- factor pair = 20,10

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(200,1)(100,2)(50,4)(40,5)(25,8)(20,10)

The factors of 200 are 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 20, 25, 40, 50, 100, and 200Each pair of factors below, when multiplied, equals 200:(1, 200)(2, 100)(4, 50)(5, 40)(8, 25)(10, 20)

200 is a single number, not a factor pair. The factor pairs of 200 are (200,1)(100,2)(50,4)(40,5)(25,8)(20,10)

The factors of 100 are contained in the factors of 200.

there is no pair factors of the # seven. seven is a odd and composite #.

You could. All of the factors of 100 are factors of 200.

You can't have three factors in a pair.

8, 40 and 200

The factors are 25+8=33 25x8=200

By comparing the factors of 200 with the factors of another number and seeing which ones they have in common.

yesThe factors 10 and 6 are a factor pair of 60.

The factors of 100 are included in the factors of 200, but I did not use one to find the other.

The common factors of 200 and 205 are: 1 and 5

81 and 200 have no common prime factors.

Any of the factors 1 through 200 can be common.

The prime factors of 200 are: 23 x 52

All prime numbers have two factors.

All of the factors of 35 are less than 200.

2 and 5

200 grams

factor pair = 60,1factor pair = 30,2factor pair = 20,3factor pair = 15,4factor pair = 12,5factor pair = 10,6

Factors of 127 are: 1 and 127.Factors of 200 are: 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 20, 25, 40, 50, 100, and 200.

Its factors are: 1, 2, 19 and 38

Twelve factors.

No. They are a factor pair for 40, since 8 x 5 = 40. They are not factors of 49, so they cannot be a factor pair of 49.